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Mindray Presents Future of Radiology at ECR 2024

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 29 Feb 2024
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Image: The newly-launched DigiEye 350 floor-mounted digital radiography system showcased at ECR 2024 (Photo courtesy of Mindray)
Image: The newly-launched DigiEye 350 floor-mounted digital radiography system showcased at ECR 2024 (Photo courtesy of Mindray)

Mindray (Shenzhen, China) is demonstrating an array of its latest ultrasound innovations at the European Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2024 in Vienna.

At ECR 2024, Mindray is presenting the Resona R9 Platinum Edition ultrasound system which features a variety of innovative multi-parametric tools to offer a new level of image clarity, for both routine clinical and research purposes. Alongside, Mindray is highlighting the Resona I9 general imaging ultrasound system with innovative features that have been developed based on in-depth insights into complex clinical scenarios to provide accurate and timely answers as well as outstanding efficiency and a remarkable user experience. Also featuring at the show is the Consona N9 ultrasound system which helps to efficiently perform diagnoses for a wide variety of patients. The Consona N9 is ideal for applications in general imaging, women's health care, and cardiovascular specialties across hospitals and clinics.

In addition, Mindray is highlighting the MX7 ultrasound system which facilitates accurate diagnoses based on the leading-edge ZST+ platform while supporting efficient workflow with its customizable touch screen. The MX7’s advanced functions and analysis tools can be incorporated into daily routine and its ultra-light main unit and super-long eight-hour battery time empower usage in any mobile clinical environment. Attendees to Mindray’s booth at ECR 2024 can experience TE Air, its new generation wireless handheld ultrasound system designed to meet higher clinical requirements, such as emergency and critical care. By combining premium capabilities with a wireless experience, efficient connectivity, and a robust design for unpredictable environments, the TE Air wireless probe helps to improve clinicians' confidence and efficiency in unprecedented ways.

Mindray is also highlighting the TEX20 series point-of-care ultrasound systems that adopt advanced technologies to offer an accessible, patient-centered solution. This new and innovative solution helps clinicians reimagine their clinical practice in demanding environments like critical care and emergency medicine. With its patient-centered information solution, extreme image clarity, clinical-oriented workflow, smart tools, and thoughtful design, the TEX20 series provides a higher quality of service at any point of care. Among Mindray’s radiography products showcased at ECR 2024 is the MobiEye 700 mobile radiography system that features a unique bionic arm for maximum position flexibility in challenging clinical scenarios. Its wireless FPD ensures high image quality while its long battery life enables intensive usage in the ICU/CCU/Infection quarantine area. Mindray is also presenting DigiEye 350, its newly-launched floor-mounted digital radiography system which provides a concrete and streamlined solution for radiography examination and is designed to give clinicians more diagnostic confidence, increased productivity, and efficiency.

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